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VETS.GOV AND EBENEFITS.GOV

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How often are these sites updated? Also do you get decisions before the sites are updated? Just curious for claims and appeals. Are they updated the same or differently?

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Ebenefits is updated before vets.gov when it’s about your appeal that’s at least my experience. I know all to well you will find out when you find out my OCD drives me crazy with these sites so I know you check it often. But when it moves forward ebenefits or vets.gov keep your claims updated instantly again my experience only. Then you see it move then you call and the hell of those people know what they are talking about, they don’t, don’t waste your time and call the hotline. Call the BVA directly if you want real time info about where your certified appeal is, the other hotline knows nothing but get you angry plus they can’t see it once certified...

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Thank you, and your right they never know what they are talking about and always confuse me. They tell me one thing and it hasnt even happened. And yes my OCD has been kicking in. I need to stop looking because it isn't helping me or making them move any faster at all. Just frustrates me even more. Thanks so much for the response.

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Sh, better late than never. For your reading enjoyment, see attached.

The Fees Which May Be Charged By an Agent or Attorney _ National Organization of Veterans' Advocates.html

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